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29/1/2015 Fined for not complying with enforcement notice
On Tuesday 27 January at Redhill Magistrates’ Court, Milan Simek of Rookery Hill, Outwood RH1 5QZ, pleaded guilty to not complying with a remedial notice to lower the height of his hedges and was fined £1100, ordered to pay the Council’s costs of £1085 and £110 to the victim support fund.
28/1/2015 New flood repair and renew grant deadlines
There is now more time to apply for a Repair and Renew Grant to better protect your home against future floods.
27/1/2015 Want a free website for your community group?
SurreyCommunity.info ( www.surreycommunity.info ) has just been revamped and now provides a range of new features – all for free. 
27/1/2015 Want a free website for your community group?
SurreyCommunity.info ( www.surreycommunity.info ) has just been revamped and now provides a range of new features – all for free. 
26/1/2015 Fined for not co-operating with flytip investigation
On Tuesday 20 January at Redhill Magistrates’ Court, Stuart Fell of Surrey Beeches, Moor House, Westerham TN16 2ET, pleaded guilty to not providing information requested by Tandridge District Council. He was fined £200, ordered to pay the Council’s costs of £570 and £20 to the victim support fund. 
26/1/2015 Want to help improve licensing services?
Do you have to apply for any licences, permits or registrations from the council? Do you think there are too many licences, they cost too much or the processes are too bureaucratic? Or do you think councils do a good job in protecting the public and businesses? Or is it somewhere in between? 
23/1/2015 Surrey CAMHS Feeling Good Week will be ‘Making a difference’
Senior schools, colleges and youth organisations are invited to take part in the first Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Feeling Good Week (FGW) especially for 11–18 year olds.

The aim of the week, which will be held from 9-13 February, is to promote emotional wellbeing and this year’s theme, ‘Making a Difference’, will help young people explore how they can make a positive difference to their own and others’ lives.

Schools, colleges and youth groups should visit the Surrey CAMHS website  to find out how to take part and get a FGW grant.
23/1/2015 Consultation on Biggin Hill airport
Bromley Council is consulting about the proposed increase in operating hours at Biggin Hill Airport Limited (BHAL).  The consultation follows BHAL’s request to extend their operating hours.
19/1/2015 Crayons and felt tips at the ready?
Tandridge District Council is looking for budding artists to demonstrate their colouring skills, while learning about recycling. 
16/1/2015 Reporting a power cut
To report any power cuts and damaged lines or for all power cut enquiries, please contact UK Power Networks 24 hours a day by: 
16/1/2015 Are you planning the perfect Valentine’s date?
Planning the perfect date can be stressful, so the last thing you want to think about before an important dinner is whether or not the place you choose takes food hygiene seriously. The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme means you don’t have to.  
14/1/2015 Getting the right finance - breakfast event with MP Sam Gyimah
Sam Gyimah MP is holding a breakfast discussion on Friday 30 January, 8.30am-11am, at Surrey National Golf Club, Rook Lane, Chaldon, Surrey CR3 5AA, to explore how to get the best finance to meet your business needs.
13/1/2015 Lunch with the Chairman
Chairman of Tandridge District Council, Councillor Liz Parker, is holding a charity lunch on Friday 6 February, to raise money for Papworth Hospital Charity, one of her charities for her year in office.
9/1/2015 What do you do with unwanted clothes and home textiles?
The Surrey Waste Partnership is carrying out a survey to find out what residents do with their unwanted clothes and home textiles.
9/1/2015 Apply for primary school place by 15 January
If you have a child due to start infant, junior or primary school in September, you have until 15 January to apply for a place.  
9/1/2015 Theft of equipment from council yard in Caterham
Officers from Surrey Police are investigating the theft of thousands of pounds worth of equipment from a yard belonging to Tandridge District Council.